Lead your child in goal setting

“You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose.” ― Dr. Seuss. The question is WHICH direction? The beginning of the academic term is a great opportunity for personal reflection and to look ahead to goals for the next few weeks.  How parents can prepare … Continue reading Lead your child in goal setting

Best friends, worst enemies – how to handle sibling rivalry

Sibling interaction is one of the first social contexts children encounter. Rivalry is often fueled by competition for attention from people that they regard as influential or significant, such as parents or caregivers. Over time, as their circle of influence widens, such behaviour extends to impressing their peers, and both physical and relational aggression are … Continue reading Best friends, worst enemies – how to handle sibling rivalry